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Amy Winehouse Tributes On 5th Anniversary Of Singer’s Death

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Amy Winehouse Tributes Death Anniversary

Saturday marks five years since the death of Amy Winehouse. Fans are now paying tribute to the late singer on Twitter. See tweets here.

Amy Winehouse May Have Had Tourette’s, Says Her Mother

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Amy Winehouse may have had Tourette Syndrome, according to her mother, Janis Winehouse-Collins. See new interview here.

Justin Bieber Believes Amy Winehouse Coaches Him From “Beyond The Grave”?

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Justin Bieber does not believe he’s being coached “beyond the grave” by the spirit of Amy Winehouse, despite a ludicrous tabloid report. Gossip Cop can exclusively debunk this rumor.

Amy Winehouse Family Slams Amy Documentary About Singer As “Misleading”

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Amy Winehouse’s family is upset about Amy, a new documentary about the late singer’s life that they say is “unbalanced,” “misleading,” and contains “untruths.” The Winehouse family says they want nothing to do with Asif Kapadia’s Amy, which is set for release at the Cannes Film Festival in May. See the film’s trailer here.

Amy Winehouse Life-Size Statue Unveiled on 31st Birthday — SEE PHOTOS!

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A life-size statue of Amy Winehouse was unveiled in London on Sunday, on what would have been the singer’s 31st birthday.

The bronze sculpture, on display in the Camden Town neighborhood of north London, bares a striking resemblance to the late star, complete with her signature beehive hairdo.

Check out the photos here.

Gene Simmons: Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse Are NOT Music Icons Just Because They Died Young (LISTEN)

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Gene Simmons says Kurt Cobain and Amy Winehouse don’t deserve to be remembered as music icons.

11 Biggest Celebrity News Stories of 2011

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2011 was quite an eventful year in the world of Hollywood, and Gossip Cop was there every step of the way.

From Charlie Sheen’s implosion to Lindsay Lohan’s many brushes with the law, we compile what we consider the 11 biggest celebrity news stories of the year.

New Amy Winehouse Album to Be Released

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A new album of Amy Winehouse songs will be released on December 5, the late singer’s label announced on Monday.

Island Records said “Lioness: Hidden Treasures” will feature 12 songs, consisting of unreleased tracks and different versions of existing songs by Winehouse, who died in July at her London home.

Amy Winehouse Died from Alcohol Poisoning

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Amy Winehouse was almost five times over what the legal drunk-driving limit is when she died, a pathologist revealed on Wednesday.

During an inquest into the singer’s’ death, it emerged Winehouse consumed a large amount of liquor after having been sober for three weeks, which caused her breathing to stop and landed her in a coma.

Coroner Suzanne Greenaway ruled that it was “death by misadventure,” saying the singer died of accidental alcohol poisoning.

Russell Brand Sounds Off on London Riots: “Big Brother Isn’t Watching You”

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Russell Brand sounds off on the London riots in a blog entry entitled “Big Brother Isn’t Watching You,” which he posted to his official site today.

He describes the “sad and frightening” news from his homeland and the guilt he feels for not being in the affected boroughs (many of which he’s previously lived in).

Mostly, he tries to get to the heart of why the violence unfolded in the first place, agreeing that it’s “unacceptable” and “unjustifiable,” but also suggesting that we “work out why so many people feel utterly disconnected from the cities they live in.”

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